A letter from Anne Azéma, Artistic Director
The Boston Camerata's Sixtieth Anniversary Season
Dear Boston Camerata Friends:
To celebrate Camerata's 60 years of music-making and bridge-building, we will be presenting a new season of superlative music across centuries and cultures, including some of our best-loved programs down the decades, as well as brilliant new productions.
We'll be celebrating the kinship of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim music and ritual (The Sacred Bridge); the roots at Christmastime of our own American song (An American Christmas); the incredible voyages of late medieval musicians across the map of Europe (as part of our MIT ground breaking residency); and, as a centerpiece production, the prophecies, tribulations, and triumph of the young Biblical hero Daniel, as retold in music and motion by the students and clerks of medieval Beauvais (Daniel XXI - The Play of Daniel)
Now is the time to mark your calendars, subscribe (at a discounted rate of 15% until September 15) to our concert series, and make sure you join us to cross these exciting bridges with us.
Looking forward to seeing you in our concert halls.
The concert includes a special group of rare Shaker songs, mainly from unpublished manuscript sources in Sabbathday Lake, Maine.